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Infographic: The Growing Adoption of Mobile-Friendly Email Design - Email Marketing Rules

Infographic: The Growing Adoption of Mobile-Friendly Email Design - Email Marketing Rules | ❤ Social Media Art ❤ | Scoop.it

Beyond detailing the adoption rates of mobile-friendly email, this infographic explains the difference between desktop-centric design, mobile-aware design, and responsive design—and the future outlook for each of them. It also includes links to examples of mobile-aware design from Amazon.com, Reiss, and Vizify, and examples of responsive design from AT&T,Toms, and Foursquare from the Email Swipe File on Pinterest.

Via Lauren Moss
Susan Daniels's insight:

Mobile friendly email design - what a great topic. This takes "responsiveness" a step further.



Maryse Rebillot's curator insight, April 15, 2014 6:06 AM

Are you mobile? See how desktop-centric evolve vs. mobile aware design. Very relevant for B2C marketing decision-makers.

Sybille Pierru's curator insight, April 15, 2014 2:36 PM

Pour les campagnes d'emailing : prévoir un design qui s'adapte à à la lecture de mails sur mobile, sans oublier une landing page à la hauteur !

aanve's curator insight, April 21, 2014 11:00 PM



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Color Is MASTER of Us All [Infographic]

Color Is MASTER of Us All [Infographic] | ❤ Social Media Art ❤ | Scoop.it
The Art of Color Coordination

Such a helpful infographic. Beyond helpful for web design.

Via Martin (Marty) Smith, Serkan Karaman
Susan Daniels's insight:

This is an amazing infographic. Color design theory is so fascinating - yet simple once it is understood. This graph gives you a quick look at some fast design colors from which to select. I recommend this as a Re-scoop!



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Monica S Mcfeeters's curator insight, May 24, 2013 12:07 PM

I thought this looked like a great helpful online reference on color. When you have someone that needs review this info it's nice to have a go to link handy.

Susan Daniels's comment, May 25, 2013 9:43 AM
Thanks Monica. Yes, it is a quick reference that I have referred to more than once in the last few days. Warmly, Susan
Tyler Rrokk's curator insight, July 14, 2013 8:15 PM

Excellent article and great insight!

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Why you need a Social Resume to get a job – @BerriePelser

Why you need a Social Resume to get a job – @BerriePelser | ❤ Social Media Art ❤ | Scoop.it
Why you need a Social Resume to get a job – Infographic Social resumes are
Susan Daniels's insight:

INFOGRAPHIC Resumes! These are growing FAST in popularity. This post gives an excellent and easy to understand inforgraphic that visually outlines:

  • Why you should have an infographic social resume
  • What venues employers use as a recruiting resource
  • Where you can go to find resources online to build your social resume today.

Awesome Infographic Social Resume Information!

This Scoop-It! is by Susan Daniels, Crazy Dreamers Do

Susan Daniels's comment, March 16, 2013 7:15 PM
That's an interesting comment. I'm 59 and been laid off twice in the last three years - employers don't want to pay the higher insurance rates for us older gals nor do they want to pay us what we're worth. So, I am developing my blog to cater to people who are new to social media. I have over 45 years experience operating computers, have been online since it's inception and I want to give my knowledge to those who need it. It may surprise you to know that it isn't the baby boomers who lack the skills for online social and graphic skills. I've operated computers since 1973. I think the lack of computer knowledge, in terms of age groups, is more prevalent in my mother's generation. But, by golly, she is 82 years old, owns a iphone (grumbles about it a lot) and upgraded from a lap top to a tablet last winter. She's had a desktop in her office for 20 years. And, she's on Facebook (grumbles about that too :). And, we're from a small town in Eastern Oregon (yes, we have real life cowboys :) So, I guess the point I'm making is as long as people are willing, technology can be learned at any age. Thanks for commenting on my newsletter. Warmly, Susan
Anne Bosworth's comment, March 16, 2013 10:23 PM
I know those folks too, Susan. I don't doubt that you are exactly right about the willingness, creativity, hard work, and tenacity of older folks using technology. But I suspect that plenty of late Boomers are finding themselves surprised by what they need to do to get a second look for an interview, and yes, disappointed that their worth is so severely undervalued. I have several friends, myself included, recently laid off and we've all been a bit taken by surprise to find that replacing our employment and our salaries is so difficult. I'm sure we will all be learning how to build and refine our social résumés. By the way, I love your post and your knowledge. You professional creds and tenacity remind me a great deal of a woman whom I know, admire, and cherish very much. Blessings, Anne.
Art Jones's curator insight, March 24, 2013 11:13 AM

You have a resume so what, wheres your Klout, Kred & Peer Index report?

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Memolane: Helping tell our stories through social media ...

Memolane: Helping tell our stories through social media ... | ❤ Social Media Art ❤ | Scoop.it
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